Is it possible for a grandparent to become a legal guardian and parent still retain parental rights to the child?
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Can a parent give custody of their child to to a grandparent?
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Can you be a guardian for free in Adventure Quest?
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Can a grandparent become legal guardian for a grandchild?
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How can a grandparent become legal guardian of grandchild with daughters consent?
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Can grandparents become the legal guardian for grandchildren?
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How do you become an ultra or anti guardian on adventure quest?
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How can you become a legal guardian for a child of a family member born and living overseas and bring that child to the US?
Does the step-parent become a legal guardian if a parent dies?
Asked in Demographics
What is the average age that people become grandparents?
The average age to become a grandparent is 47, as of 2011. However, it is common to become a grandparent in your 50's and 60's. The average age to become a great-grandparent is 74 and the average age to become a parent is 24 or 25. However, with the average to become a parent getting older then the 'great-grandparent' generation will soon be lost because the average age to die in the UK is not rising as quick as the age to become a parent. The life expectancy for a women in the UK is 81, whilst for a man it's 76.
How much do you have to pay to become a guardian on adventure quest?
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How do you become a legal guardian of a minor in Texas?
Asked in Citizenship and Marriage, Immigration
Can a us citizen become legal guardian to a us child whose parents are illegal?
What can you do if your parents won't give their consent for you to become emancipated?
If the minor resides in a state where parental permission is required for them to be emancipated and the parents are opposed to the action, emancipation is not possible. Even in states that do not require parental permission the parent(s), legal guardian or an "interested party" (grandparent, counselor, teacher, etc.) can file an objection to the emancipation and present testimony as to why it should not be allowed. The legal procedure for the emancipation of minor is not a simple process as is sometimes claimed; it can be expensive and complexed. The few states that have established emancipation statutes also have exceptions included, such as parental permission and legal representation being required and so forth. Even if the minor meets all the requirements the decision belongs to the presiding judge and very few judges grant emancipation decrees.